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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Munster Motors, Apr 22, 2012.

  1. Munster Motors
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    thats pretty cool too, where in wyoming are you?
     
  2. Smokey2
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    hEY mASHED (AND, sMASHED ! )
    i LIK'A THA' Way you Think............Mor-dor, to ah, ah, tudor !
    I could'nt believe that decent two doors were that hard to find, but some
    one wid a little imagination solved that, makin' ........Right On !
    a freakin' tudor outta' you no what.....good picture. whose tudor is IT anyway ?
    Thanks fer tha' POST. :D

    Smoked-up, in Tha' Great Smokey Mts. of
    Tennesseeee ! Whoo-peee !!!1 :cool: MF
     
  3. Smokey2
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    Baremetal 48.............Do You Sob alot at NIGHT ?
    You can always Sell'em........./.But gitt'en back, is a'nutter Thing.
    What RU working on NOW ?

    Smokey II :p
     
  4. Munster Motors
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    you been skinny dippin in the gene pool, smokey? or just a bit too much of that home grown....:eek:
     
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  5. low-n-slo54
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    Sweet heavens Smokey is hard to read. Text much? LOL.
     
  6. Munster Motors
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    anybody suicide the rear doors of one?
     
  7. Atwater Mike
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    My '47 Ford Fordor was gifted to me by my lifelong bud Marc.
    I've had '46-'48s before, ('46 Tudor, '46 Coupe, '47 convert, '48 Merc convert)

    This is the only Fordor I've ever had, the rear doors are Suicide-style (factory) and the back seat is as spacious as a limosine. All the trim is there, so it would be a crime to shave it all off...I want to do a nice taildragger like in the '49-'52 era.
    (like a hot rodder would do back then to the family car: Low, black, flare skirts, Appletons, wwws, Cad Sombreros or bar-Moons, white tuck & roll, maroon piping)

    Front crossmember surgery was performed by Marc, (just have to finish it) Great trick: it guarantees an additional 3" of drop, without the 'U' bolts getting into the scrub line!

    At first I thought this car was huge, but when dropped....different perspective. (Duh!)
    Wife Joey and I have grandchildren, too...

    You CAN love more doors.
     
  8. chilly1
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    from Tacoma,Wa

  9. The Continental
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    Go for it. I really dig the late 50s/early 60s chopped flat tops which were mostly 4 doors to start.
     
  10. skiviskaves
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    That thing is bitchin! I could have never thought about selling it!
     
  11. Munster Motors
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    thats what i thought too
     
  12. peeduh
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    Hey Munster, there is a guy on here that has a 51 chevy 4 door chop that is the best I've seen. I have a 51 poncho 4 door I'm going to chop and I've been searching this thing for a few years. His name on here is droplord49 and the pics are in his "the 51" album. I think you will dig it
     
  13. Munster Motors
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    pretty cool indeed, i was thinking a bit more out of the rear of the roof tho,little bit more slant.

    do post some pics of your poncho....
     
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  14. Trashed & Hammered
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    Can you post more pictures of your ride for all to see.....Please :p
     
  15. Munster Motors
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    theres a 49/50 lincoln over here by me for sale....i just got to many projects now or it would be growing roots "yard art" here :rolleyes:
     
  16. Here you go.

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  17. Munster Motors
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    how much of a chop is done on it?
     
  18. 3 or so in the front, 4 or so in the back. If remember right. I chopped it in 2000.
     
  19. The Continental
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    Any pictures?
     
  20. chip chipman
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    Here is my 49 Merc.
     

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  21. Munster Motors
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    no i didnt take any sorry
     
  22. Munster Motors
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    that 49 is looking good
     
  23. attitudor
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    I once had this '52.
    --mika
     

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  24. Munster Motors
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    how much chop on the 52?
     
  25. Bullet Nose
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    1950 Studebaker .....

    [​IMG]
     
  26. Bullet Nose
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    Here's a 51 Studebaker 4 door turned 2 door that looks pretty good .....

    [​IMG]

    ..... to me.​
     
  27. Munster Motors
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    think i'd a left the four doors on it
     

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